Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
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"Over the last 25 years I have been granted the opportunity to work with amazing individuals, couples and families who were searching for well-being. As we attempt to balance our personal and professional lives it is so very important to have a supportive and nurturing guide. I specialize in working with those living with anxiety, panic, fears, depression, substance use disorders, traumatic brain injury, grief, loss and end of life evolution. Those I have worked with say I am caring, compassionate, open-minded and that I am able to create an inclusive and safe environment for growth and reflection. "
(607) 882-6528
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"Over the last 25 years I have been granted the opportunity to work with amazing individuals, couples and families who were searching for well-being. As we attempt to balance our personal and professional lives it is so very important to have a supportive and nurturing guide. I specialize in working with those living with anxiety, panic, fears, depression, substance use disorders, traumatic brain injury, grief, loss and end of life evolution. Those I have worked with say I am caring, compassionate, open-minded and that I am able to create an inclusive and safe environment for growth and reflection. "
Jonathan M Roth, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
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"Mindfulness based/Buddhist inspired therapy for adults. I help people with a variety of life challenges, such as: ​ Overcoming difficult moods and anxiety, Recovering from trauma, dissociation and impacts of difficult family backgrounds, Spiritual Emergence/ Embodiment, Grief, Becoming compassionate and sophisticated in relating, Overcoming barriers to assertion of one's desires, Aligning with one's values and visions, Changing long-held assumptions and risking new behaviors, Moderating or abstaining from substance use, Coping with problems related to hearing voices."
(607) 275-5965
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"Mindfulness based/Buddhist inspired therapy for adults. I help people with a variety of life challenges, such as: ​ Overcoming difficult moods and anxiety, Recovering from trauma, dissociation and impacts of difficult family backgrounds, Spiritual Emergence/ Embodiment, Grief, Becoming compassionate and sophisticated in relating, Overcoming barriers to assertion of one's desires, Aligning with one's values and visions, Changing long-held assumptions and risking new behaviors, Moderating or abstaining from substance use, Coping with problems related to hearing voices."
Kelley L Cook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-R
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"I'm glad you're here. We all feel overwhelmed or stressed, anxious, frustrated or misunderstood in our relationships at times. We may experience trauma or situations that negatively impact us or someone we love. Do you struggle with depression or anxiety? Are you having issues in your family or concerns about your child's behaviors? It can be difficult to navigate these issues on your own, and seeking therapy is often the first step towards healing and growth. I welcome the opportunity to join you as you take this step and the next; I welcome the chance to join on this journey and assist you as you navigate these or similar issues."
(607) 251-0445
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"I'm glad you're here. We all feel overwhelmed or stressed, anxious, frustrated or misunderstood in our relationships at times. We may experience trauma or situations that negatively impact us or someone we love. Do you struggle with depression or anxiety? Are you having issues in your family or concerns about your child's behaviors? It can be difficult to navigate these issues on your own, and seeking therapy is often the first step towards healing and growth. I welcome the opportunity to join you as you take this step and the next; I welcome the chance to join on this journey and assist you as you navigate these or similar issues."
Suzanne Marie Perreault LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"My practice is very different from most therapists. Unlike most therapists, I do not schedule clients back to back; I allow a full half hour between sessions. This half hour space allows me to rest and clear my mind so that I am always fresh and fully present for each new person, not rushed or still thinking about the last session. Also, it allows you compete privacy. I keep my practice small and select so I can be there for you one hundred percent, relaxed and happy to see you and ready to give you my full attention."
(607) 296-0990
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"My practice is very different from most therapists. Unlike most therapists, I do not schedule clients back to back; I allow a full half hour between sessions. This half hour space allows me to rest and clear my mind so that I am always fresh and fully present for each new person, not rushed or still thinking about the last session. Also, it allows you compete privacy. I keep my practice small and select so I can be there for you one hundred percent, relaxed and happy to see you and ready to give you my full attention."
Tompkins In Home Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
""Living and working in Tompkins County has helped me to identify the barriers that its residence are faced with when seeking professional, evidence based counseling. My goal is to remove those barriers. That is why I offer both in home and office based counseling. Whatever is hindering your ability to get counseling: lack of childcare, lack of transportation, a mental health condition itself, or simply the sigma of entering a counseling office-- Tompkins In Home Counseling is here to provide you with professional counseling, conveniently at your location or at my office." "
(607) 228-8001
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""Living and working in Tompkins County has helped me to identify the barriers that its residence are faced with when seeking professional, evidence based counseling. My goal is to remove those barriers. That is why I offer both in home and office based counseling. Whatever is hindering your ability to get counseling: lack of childcare, lack of transportation, a mental health condition itself, or simply the sigma of entering a counseling office-- Tompkins In Home Counseling is here to provide you with professional counseling, conveniently at your location or at my office." "
Rebecca Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I am most skilled in working with people on issues related to adverse childhood experiences, trauma, and anxiety. I focus on attachment work and believe in everyone's ability to heal. I communicate directly and often use humor in my work with people; I find it's a very effective tool, when used appropriately, to build our therapeutic alliance and do the hard work required to move your life forward."
(607) 882-6886
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"I am most skilled in working with people on issues related to adverse childhood experiences, trauma, and anxiety. I focus on attachment work and believe in everyone's ability to heal. I communicate directly and often use humor in my work with people; I find it's a very effective tool, when used appropriately, to build our therapeutic alliance and do the hard work required to move your life forward."
Nelima W Gaonkar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
" *Please note that I do not have any current openings.* Amid the pressures of today's world, it is rare that we allow ourselves moments of stillness in which to reflect upon our lives, relationships, and choices. These moments of stillness are paramount to bringing our lives into alignment with our goals and ideals. As a psychotherapist, my aim is to encourage the pause necessary for self-reflection. This pause enhances your ability to see yourself clearly and to identify the roots of your difficulties. Through the clarifying process of self-reflection, change becomes possible."
(315) 816-4661
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" *Please note that I do not have any current openings.* Amid the pressures of today's world, it is rare that we allow ourselves moments of stillness in which to reflect upon our lives, relationships, and choices. These moments of stillness are paramount to bringing our lives into alignment with our goals and ideals. As a psychotherapist, my aim is to encourage the pause necessary for self-reflection. This pause enhances your ability to see yourself clearly and to identify the roots of your difficulties. Through the clarifying process of self-reflection, change becomes possible."
Anthony Tod Rossi, Psychologist
Psychologist, Ph.D.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I have worked as a Licensed Psychologist for many years, in private practice, psychiatric hospitals, and residential treatment centers. I have been a teacher of special needs children, college students, and psychiatry residents; and I supervise psychotherapists. I work with individuals of any age, families, and couples. My approach is generally client centered psychodynamic psychotherapy."
(607) 882-6218
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"I have worked as a Licensed Psychologist for many years, in private practice, psychiatric hospitals, and residential treatment centers. I have been a teacher of special needs children, college students, and psychiatry residents; and I supervise psychotherapists. I work with individuals of any age, families, and couples. My approach is generally client centered psychodynamic psychotherapy."
Cristen E. Haltom, PhD, CEDS, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, CEDS
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I welcome new clients who are interested in making changes in their lives. I have been a professional psychologist delivering psychotherapy services for 35 years. I individualize my approach to each person and family, drawing from skills learned over the years. My areas of specialty include eating disorders, interpersonal and family relationships, mood disorders, and anxiety issues. I am also a speaker and educator, teaching part-time at Ithaca College and giving workshops and lectures on clinical psychotherapy topics. CBT/DBT for anxiety disorders Family Based Treatment (FBT) Certified Certified Eating Disorders Specialist (CEDS)."
(607) 214-2581
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"I welcome new clients who are interested in making changes in their lives. I have been a professional psychologist delivering psychotherapy services for 35 years. I individualize my approach to each person and family, drawing from skills learned over the years. My areas of specialty include eating disorders, interpersonal and family relationships, mood disorders, and anxiety issues. I am also a speaker and educator, teaching part-time at Ithaca College and giving workshops and lectures on clinical psychotherapy topics. CBT/DBT for anxiety disorders Family Based Treatment (FBT) Certified Certified Eating Disorders Specialist (CEDS)."
Ellen Zaslaw, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Treatment is tailored to the needs and preferences of the client. Some situations call for deep introspection, others for charting one's way through a predicament, and still others for behavioral or other targeted techniques. I have tools for all of these."
(607) 269-4174
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"Treatment is tailored to the needs and preferences of the client. Some situations call for deep introspection, others for charting one's way through a predicament, and still others for behavioral or other targeted techniques. I have tools for all of these."
Gail Zussman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I realize how difficult it can be to seek therapy and to focus and talk about areas in your life which need attention and change. It can be stressful living in today's world. As one moves into adulthood one can recognize the need to address past issues and traumas that may have an impact on your life today. As we develop so can our stressors: financial, aging, anxiety, depression, low self -esteem, conflict within our long term relationships. I will provide you with a safe space to learn new coping strategies and work on finding resolutions."
(607) 218-2732
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"I realize how difficult it can be to seek therapy and to focus and talk about areas in your life which need attention and change. It can be stressful living in today's world. As one moves into adulthood one can recognize the need to address past issues and traumas that may have an impact on your life today. As we develop so can our stressors: financial, aging, anxiety, depression, low self -esteem, conflict within our long term relationships. I will provide you with a safe space to learn new coping strategies and work on finding resolutions."
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Welcome!I am a licensed clinical social worker with 29 years experience.My training and clinical experience focuses on a holistic perspective in supporting individuals,couples and families-looking at one"s mental,physical and spiritual needs.I have had great opportunities throughout my career to work with people from all age groups( up to age 98!),couples,single parent,step and blended families.My clinical approach is specific and unique to each client situation.My primary objective is to give clients compassion and the tools they need to succeed with the challenges they present. "
(850) 358-6224
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"Welcome!I am a licensed clinical social worker with 29 years experience.My training and clinical experience focuses on a holistic perspective in supporting individuals,couples and families-looking at one"s mental,physical and spiritual needs.I have had great opportunities throughout my career to work with people from all age groups( up to age 98!),couples,single parent,step and blended families.My clinical approach is specific and unique to each client situation.My primary objective is to give clients compassion and the tools they need to succeed with the challenges they present. "
Katheleen Reidy, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"The decision to see a therapist is often a difficult step taken with hope and anxiety. I work to develop an open, respectful and collaborative relationship with my clients. Initially my clients and I evaluate needs and concerns, establishing short and longer term goals. This may include solution focused problem solving in addition to deeper understanding and healing of emotional distress. My therapeutic approach is integrative incorporating humanistic and psychodynamic prespectives with cognitive behavioral therapy and other research based treatments."
(607) 218-8933
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"The decision to see a therapist is often a difficult step taken with hope and anxiety. I work to develop an open, respectful and collaborative relationship with my clients. Initially my clients and I evaluate needs and concerns, establishing short and longer term goals. This may include solution focused problem solving in addition to deeper understanding and healing of emotional distress. My therapeutic approach is integrative incorporating humanistic and psychodynamic prespectives with cognitive behavioral therapy and other research based treatments."
Anthony Johnston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Do you ever experience a sudden change in your emotions, where one moment things seemed like they were going okay and then what seems like out of nowhere, you are overwhelmed by a deep sense of panic, dread, or anger? My name is Anthony Johnston (Pronouns: He/Him) and I am licensed in New York State as a clinical social worker (LCSW). I provide individual therapy for adults in a small practice located in Ithaca, NY. Many of the people that I work with tend to identify on the LGBTQ+ spectrum or are allies to the queer community. "
(607) 391-2353
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"Do you ever experience a sudden change in your emotions, where one moment things seemed like they were going okay and then what seems like out of nowhere, you are overwhelmed by a deep sense of panic, dread, or anger? My name is Anthony Johnston (Pronouns: He/Him) and I am licensed in New York State as a clinical social worker (LCSW). I provide individual therapy for adults in a small practice located in Ithaca, NY. Many of the people that I work with tend to identify on the LGBTQ+ spectrum or are allies to the queer community. "
Paula Jacobs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"How do you face life's challenges - grief, loss, divorce, trauma, parenting, relationships, anger, change, illness, aging, or death - with courage, open eyes, and even grace? Or are you searching for meaning or purpose? "
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"How do you face life's challenges - grief, loss, divorce, trauma, parenting, relationships, anger, change, illness, aging, or death - with courage, open eyes, and even grace? Or are you searching for meaning or purpose? "
Juli Irene Jousan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW-R
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Sometimes it really makes sense to have a confidential setting to talk about overwhelming feelings or difficult circumstances. I have many years of experience helping people find their strengths in challenging situations. I use techniques that help people reduce depression and anxiety and increase feelings of well-being. I enjoy helping my clients develop skills that they can use independently."
(607) 564-8756
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"Sometimes it really makes sense to have a confidential setting to talk about overwhelming feelings or difficult circumstances. I have many years of experience helping people find their strengths in challenging situations. I use techniques that help people reduce depression and anxiety and increase feelings of well-being. I enjoy helping my clients develop skills that they can use independently."
David L Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Nearly twenty years of working with folks has me convinced that the ‘best therapy’ is about blending a genuine connection between counselor and client with the weaving in of effective techniques that help those I work with get traction in life to move through the challenges that led them to seeking help in the first place. Whether working together to address the effects of trauma, to manage anxiety and depression, or to rediscover their pathway in life, I see my role as providing you with the space, the tools, and the support to find peace of mind and heart and reach the goals that matter most to you. "
(607) 327-4127
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"Nearly twenty years of working with folks has me convinced that the ‘best therapy’ is about blending a genuine connection between counselor and client with the weaving in of effective techniques that help those I work with get traction in life to move through the challenges that led them to seeking help in the first place. Whether working together to address the effects of trauma, to manage anxiety and depression, or to rediscover their pathway in life, I see my role as providing you with the space, the tools, and the support to find peace of mind and heart and reach the goals that matter most to you. "
Alesya Nazarova, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"In psychotherapy, we work together to understand the meaning of your symptoms and the sources of your pain. This process is unique to each individual, but usually includes the exploration of the following elements as they relate to your past, present, and future: beliefs, emotions, defenses, recurring patterns, and relationship dynamics. Therapy at its best calls forth our deepest sense of who we are. It dares us to break free from our history and safe strategies of the anxious mind. It gives us the courage to give voice to our deepest longings—the desire for meaning, love, belonging, and a sense of comfort in our own skin."
(607) 391-2360
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"In psychotherapy, we work together to understand the meaning of your symptoms and the sources of your pain. This process is unique to each individual, but usually includes the exploration of the following elements as they relate to your past, present, and future: beliefs, emotions, defenses, recurring patterns, and relationship dynamics. Therapy at its best calls forth our deepest sense of who we are. It dares us to break free from our history and safe strategies of the anxious mind. It gives us the courage to give voice to our deepest longings—the desire for meaning, love, belonging, and a sense of comfort in our own skin."
Emily M. Walsh, Art Therapist
Art Therapist, LCAT, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"Sometimes there's a gap between what is happening and what you envision for yourself. You have a wealth of innate strengths, courage and will-power which can be enhanced in a warm, supportive relationship to support change. I am well suited to support adjusting to life transitions, enhancing relationship skills, strengthening self-compassion, self-esteem and self-growth. In order to do this work, your sense of comfort and trust comes first. I continually work to ensure that you feel understood. My training and experience are ideal for increasing coping skills if you're experiencing anxiety, grief or dissatisfaction in relationships."
(607) 304-3217
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"Sometimes there's a gap between what is happening and what you envision for yourself. You have a wealth of innate strengths, courage and will-power which can be enhanced in a warm, supportive relationship to support change. I am well suited to support adjusting to life transitions, enhancing relationship skills, strengthening self-compassion, self-esteem and self-growth. In order to do this work, your sense of comfort and trust comes first. I continually work to ensure that you feel understood. My training and experience are ideal for increasing coping skills if you're experiencing anxiety, grief or dissatisfaction in relationships."
Vanessa Hannah Bright, Licensed Psychoanalyst
Licensed Psychoanalyst, L.Ac., L.P.
Verified by Psychology Today Verified
"I believe that our pain and struggles are an entry point, an opportunity to discover something you didn’t know about yourself before. It is the call of your mind and your body to pay attention to what isn’t working and go deeper to be able to change it. In addition to psychoanalytic therapy (talking, symbolic process, dream work), I use mindfulness and other Buddhist, somatic approaches to work with both the conscious and the unconscious factors. I also use AEDP techniques, as well as Jungian analysis. I aim to help you explore current issues and address repeated negative patterns and internal conflicts. "
(833) 598-0112
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"I believe that our pain and struggles are an entry point, an opportunity to discover something you didn’t know about yourself before. It is the call of your mind and your body to pay attention to what isn’t working and go deeper to be able to change it. In addition to psychoanalytic therapy (talking, symbolic process, dream work), I use mindfulness and other Buddhist, somatic approaches to work with both the conscious and the unconscious factors. I also use AEDP techniques, as well as Jungian analysis. I aim to help you explore current issues and address repeated negative patterns and internal conflicts. "

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